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Week 12 – 4/14 - Outline. Course Administration LAP Due Industry Group Work Time CISS & Values Break Group Exercises.

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week 12 4 14 outline
Week 12 – 4/14 - Outline
  • Course Administration
    • LAP Due
  • Industry Group Work Time
  • CISS & Values
  • Break
  • Group Exercises
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Most job-hunters who fail to master the job-hunt or find their dream job, fail not because they lack information about the job market, but because they lack information about themselves. -Richard Nelson Bolles

weekly book recommendation

Weekly Book Recommendation

“The self concept builds on whatever self-insight an individual has acquired from the experiences of youth and education. However, it cannot be a mature self-concept until a career occupant has had enough real occupational experience to know his or her talents, motives, and values” ( Schein, 1990)

Schein, E.H. (1990). Career anchors: Discovering your real values. San Francisco: Josey-Bass Pfeiffer Publishers.

career awareness worksheet
Career Awareness Worksheet
  • Have you ever filled one out?
  • Did you follow it?
  • What worked about it?
  • What didn’t work about it?
  • Handout- fill out throughout semester, worth 20 points.
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ORGANIZATION TYPE

DEVELOPMENTGAPS

WANTED POSITION

what s the difference
What’s the difference?
  • Talent?
    • Natural ability
  • Skill?
    • Something you develop
  • Interest?
    • Something you are interested in learning more about.
strong interest explorer
STRONG INTEREST EXPLORER
  • Remember it is a self-report on your interest and your skills.
  • Only as good as you know yourself.
skill vs interests

SKILL vs. INTERESTS

Should you pursue if you are really good at something but have little interest in it?

split into 3 groups
Split into 3 groups
  • CONVINCED – Absolutely sure you are in the right field/industry.
  • ON THE FENCE – undecided-confused, not for sure which direction you should be going.
  • NOT CONVINCED – you are in the right field/industry or major. Think you may need to make a change.
after you are in these groups answer the following question

After you are in these groups answer the following question….

How does it feel to be in this “place” of being ___________?

industry groups1
INDUSTRY GROUPS
  • INTRODUCE EACH OTHER
  • SELECT A TEAM LEAD
  • EXCHANGE CONTACT INFORMATION
  • DETERMINE HOW YOU ARE GOING TO STAY IN CONTACT.